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Oct 6, 2012 9:00am PDT
.n. correspondent richard roth joining me live from new york. al masri is scheduled to be in court today. what's the latest we're hearing about that. >> reporter: supposed to be his first proceeding through the legal system, timing not known yet. this is in downtown manhattan not far from the scene of 9/11, and the defendant has been praise worthy of what occurred on september 11th, 2001, and he's also been accused as dan rivers talked about on those 11 terror related charges in the uk of inciting violence and terrorism. he did not want to come here, neither did the four other men who flew in on two planes at 2:30 in the morning eastern time. they feared conditions in prison here in the united states, his attorneys in the uk said he's not well, he's got very physical and emotional other issues. >> meantime one of the other suspects, the father of that other suspect says that his son is innocent. just take a listen to what he had to tell cnn earlier. >> i'm disappointed because i thought we lived in a democratic country and we have got the best legal system in the world. i thought that i would
Oct 25, 2012 11:00am PDT
holocaust. richard roth with this fascinating behind the scenes look at how the cuban missile crisis unfolded. >> reporter: oh, hello. this is where it all went down. 50 years ago. october 25th, 1962. the most dramatic day in united nations history. and it all occurred here in the security council chamber right here where the table once stood. >> you, the soviet union, has sent these weapons to cuba. >> reporter: the cuban missile crisis. i'm wearing a helmet because of the renovation conducted here in this historic security council chamber. if diplomacy didn't succeed on that day, this helmet wouldn't protect me from the rubble that would have ensued from a nuclear holocaust. the soviets denied placing missiles in cuba aimed at american cities. president kennedy was ready to publicly confront the soviets at the u.n. on that day, u.s. ambassador stevenson sat there. >> let me ask you one simple question. do you, ambassador, deny that the u.s.s.r. has placed and is placing medium and intermediate range missiles and sites in cuba? yes or no? don't wait for the translation, yes or no? >
Oct 11, 2012 4:00pm PDT
minutes like everyone else. thank you very much. >> thank you for the hearing. my name is richard roth mafn and i give tours at coit tower but i'm only speaking for myself today and not city guides. i want to talk about the frescoes because they're unique in the city's treasure. they're painted on walls that are response -- the frescoes are responsible by the art commission but the buildings are owned by other city departments, rec and park, the zoo, the schools, city college, and public health. and the big problem is communications. and i'll repeat that again, communications. the murals were closed in the 60's for repair. in the late 1990's my wife and i, with the help of the art commission, brought the attention -- the art commission did a two volume report. they fixed the murals. they put in barricades to fix it up. go ahead 20 years again, and the same problem again. the same conserver who ront the report in the early 190's wrote the report and one of the recommendations was an ongoing inspection report which never happened. i think what is needed is an advisory committee to make s
Oct 6, 2012 7:00am PDT
not guilty. cnn's richard roth is in new york following this along with us. richard, good morning. so exactly what charges are these men facing? >> well, they face potential charges involving incitement for terrorism, plotting to conspire, setting up a camp in 1999. in britain, the one-eyed hook cleric was giving fiery series of remarks in a london mosque, and many people have gotten to know the names of people that authorities say he helped, such as richard reed, the shoe bomber, among others. they arrived early this morning in westchester county, two planes, five men. you mentioned two of them going to connecticut where a spokesman there says they entered not guilty pleas. three others will be in a new york court later today just for presenting first appearance in a legal system. >> how important is this case for the u.s.? what's riding on it? >> yeah, what's riding on it, according to fbi assistant director mary gallagher, the extraditions of he and the two other men are milestone in the federal government's efforts to combatigh level terrorist suspects. they're not going to give up the fi
Oct 6, 2012 4:00pm PDT
are turning. richard roth with details from new york. >> reporter: it didn't take long after extradition for the accused terrorist to appear in a u.s. court. the one-eyed bearded fiery cleric didn't say much as the 11 federal charges against him were read out. with an attorney by his side he offered a simple "i do" when asked to confirm a financial court form he had filled out. his major concern was about his ability to live in the u.s. prison system. his attorney asked the government to return two prosthetics taken from him as he flew with other suspects from the uk to new york. his attorney said without the limbs, he won't be able to function in a civilized manner. he fought extradition for years in the uk and europe and is accused in a 1998 kidnapping in yemen, plotting to put a terrorist training camp in oregon and supporting violent jihad in afghanistan. the federal magistrate ordered him held on arraignment for tuesday. two of the men who were flown in overnight with him did enter not guilty pleas at an earlier proceeding. they are charged with conspiring to kill americans in the e
Oct 1, 2012 11:00am PDT
and its allies of supporting terrorism in syria. cnn's senior united nations correspondent richard roth joins me in new york. richard, we know topic of syria very much so dominated in the conversation, this past week at the u.n. ga. we're hearing from the syrian government directly. what did he say? >> it was a fiery speech in words, maybe not how it was delivered. second year in a row for the syrian foreign minister to represent his country caught in a maelstrom of violence back home. the syrian foreign minister blasted the united states among other countries for supporting what he calls terrorists for toppling his regime. >> translator: we also wonder to what extent the statements made by qatar, saudi arabia, turkey, the united states, france and others to what extent do these statements, which clearly incite and support terrorism in syria with money, weapons and foreign fighters, to what extent are these in line with the international responsibilities of these countries in combatting terrorism. >> syria's foreign minister said the country should talk at the negotiating table with any
Oct 6, 2012 11:00am PDT
.n. correspondent richard roth joining me. court hearings just ended. what is the latest? >> he was read his rights, the 11 terrorism charges he referred to. he was in court in an earlier proceeding a short time before the other two men appeared. those two men, it was a formal arraignment, they pled not guilty. for this fiery cleric who according to u.s. authorities whipped up terror at a london mosque for years, well, he'll have his arraignment on tuesday afternoon. in court, all three men in the separate appearances had prison jump jumpsuits. one of the men refused to stand to hear the charges and he sat, and our cnn producer in the court tells me that he did not -- was shaking his head in agreemen almost, proud of the charges against him. the courtroom full with a lot of press, a saturday in new york, it's not often terror suspects are whisked in these days to new york proper, but they will face charges here in new york. two other men who pled not guilty in connecticut, those charges dan rivers referred to, fund-raising on the internet in separate cases. >> one of the other suspect's father said
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Oct 1, 2012 6:00am PDT
. richard roth, new york entertainment attorney, defense attorney. good morning. >> good morning. bill: let's set the scene, it's friday/saturday night. she is with a group of friends including a congressional staffer called christian labella. things late in the night go terribly wrong. what was the issue. >> 5:00 in the morning they are back in her suite with a bunch of friends and she finds he has photographs and videos of her during the evening on her phone. she sakes the phone, tries to delete them all. he apparently gets in a skoufl with her. he sayscuffle. she runs out, hits the fire alarm, and lo and behold lindsay lohan has another incident with the police. >> she pauld a shau pulled a shaun white does she a a medical report. >> there are no strafps. this is an unfortunate incident of lindsay lohan trying to get her out of that huge hole she is in. a week doesn't go by without her being in the press for unfortunate instances. bill: legally speaking what happens here. i'm not an attorney, this is a he said-she said right. >> that's absolutely right. the police don't go forward with t
Oct 19, 2012 9:00am PDT
, took time to get phone numbers of female spectators. richard roth reports. >> reporter: last at-bat for controversial alex rodriguez and maybe forever with his team, new york yankees, one of the most stored sports franchises in the world. rodriguez, known as a-rod was a failure again. >> i don't appreciate what he's doing of he's not hitting. >> embarrassing, upsetting. big fan, good looking guy but he's got to step it up on the field. >> new york newspapers clobbered rodriguez in their headlines even though many other yankees couldn't hit when it counted. a-rod is a lightning rod. many plays a big part. he's the highest paid baseball player this year and for the future. >> alex rodriguez signed by the yankees in 2008 to a ten-year, $275 million contract thchl is the biggest contract in the history of baseball. here we are halfway through it. it doesn't even seem as if he's going to last the other half. >> a-rod's yearly salary would not place him at the very top of american corporate board rooms. he's in the top 30. if they performed like a-rod execs would strike out like share
Oct 8, 2012 9:00am PDT
is everybody happy about it? well, not really. richard roth has got the story. >> reporter: christopher columbus has stood tall in new york's columbus circle since 1892. one big problem, though -- >> i've been living in the city since 1966, columbus circle has always been there. but you don't look up. you can't see it. it is so high. >> reporter: faster than you can see nina, pointia and st. maria, they set sale to bring the people to columbus. now new yorkers and tourists enter another new world to rediscover columbus. columbus appears to have time travelled into the future, standing on a coffee table in living room americana, couch, cable tv, and wallpaper starring michael jackson and marilyn monroe. >> columbus stayed exactly where he was and this all took shape around him. >> reporter: only columbus has seen these views before of major new york avenues. >> i like to think of it as christopher columbus finally getting a piece of the american dream. his own home, front row, dress circle in new york city. >> reporter: japanese artist tatsu niche brought columbus out of the cold. >> i a
Oct 8, 2012 11:00am PDT
new york pigeons, gets major cleaning and repairs. richard roth, cnn, new york. >> pretty bizarre. "cnn newsroom" continues now with brooke baldwin. hi, brooke. >> i wondered what all the scaffolding was, now we know. >>> good to see all of you. i'm brooke baldwin. word of an arrest in the death of the american shot and killed on falcon lake, remember the story, texas right along the mexican border, you may remember two years ago, tiffany hartley, she said she and her husband were out and about on this lake on their sea-doos when they were ambushed she escaped and now a drug cartel leader is behind bars. we'll have much more on this story. first, politics, down to four weeks, four weeks until the election, less than. mitt romney out of nowhere it seems, major address today on american foreign policy. take a listen. >> the president is fond of saying that the tide of war is receding. i want to believe him as much as anyone else. when we look at the middle east today, with iran closer than ever to nuclear weapons capability, with the conflict in syria threatening to destabilize the
Oct 25, 2012 9:00am PDT
and soviets went head to head at united nations. richard roth takes a look back. >> hello. this is where it all went down 50 years ago. october 25th, 1962, the most dramatic day in united nations history. it all occurred here in the security council chamber right here where the table once stood. >> the soviet union has sent these weapons to cuba. >> the cuban missile crisis. i'm wearing a helmet because of all the renovation being conducted here in this historic security council chamber. if diplomacy didn't succeed that day, this helmet wouldn't protect me from all the rubble that would have ensued from a nuclear holocaust. >> the soviets denied placing missiles in cuba. he was ready to confront as seen in the movie 13 days. on that day adly steph-- adelai stevenson. >> do you deny you're placing intermediate missile sites in cuba. yes or no. don't wait for the translation. yes or no. >> the soviet ambassador sat there. >> would you continue your statement, please. you will receive the answer you asked. do not worry. >> so do you agree with those analysts who say khruschev overreached? d
Oct 25, 2012 3:00am PDT
inspectors. >> richard was a class star. >> joining us now from stanford university, one of the winners of this year's nobel prize in economics, professor alvin roth. also joining the conversation here in new york, assistant editor and columnist for financial times, gillian tett. getting a sense of where the u.s. economy stands from your perspective but also through the lens of this presidential race. >> you know, there are lots of different kinds of economists. i'm the wrong one to ask that question. i listen to find out what's going on in the presidential race. >> we'll tell you what the latest is. i want to talk to you all about the front page of "the wall street journal" bring the professor in ultimately on this. "financial times" at this as well. 80 ceos are urging congress to address the deficit looking at the numbers and they are calling on congress to reform medicare and medicaid, to strengthen social security, to include comprehensive and pro-growth tax reforms and to look at the simpson-bowles recommendations and everyone who we brought this to and showed this to have said fin
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